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Subject:CHAT/off any topic & about the planet From:Elaine Winters <ewinters -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 25 Jan 1995 12:32:05 -0800
Thought some of you might want to foward this along.
Elaine Winters 510-843-0909 ewinters -at- netcom -dot- com
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Date: Tue, 24 Jan 95 13:48:25 EST
From: Langston James Goree VI <kimo -at- pipeline -dot- com>
To: soc-summit -at- ssi -dot- edc -dot- org
Subject: Voices of Youth
This is an appeal from the United Nations to youth worldwide to
participate in a unique on-line event via the Internet. Youth
are invited to send their ideas to the world leaders who will be
attending the World Summit for Social Development in Copenhagen,
6-12 March 1995. PLEASE HELP US BY FORWARDING THIS MESSAGE.
In March 1995, more than 90 world leaders will gather in Denmark
for the World Summit for Social Development. The United Nations
has designed an exhibition at this meeting, equipped with
computers connected to the Internet, where presidents,
prime-ministers, kings and queens can read and respond to the
voices of young people around the world.
At the Summit, leaders will sign an action agreement on three
very important issues:
3) Social Conflict.
The Voices of Youth project will be viewed by thousands
of participants at the Summit and, potentially, by millions of
others on-line over the coming months.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
There are two ways that young people can participate in this
By sending an e-mail message, you can contribute your ideas to
the Summit. Think about some of the questions below and the
three issues of the Social Summit. E-mail your ideas to
<unicefwssd -at- igc -dot- apc -dot- org> and your message will be included on a
World Wide Web (WWW) site on INTERNET and in the UN exhibit in
2) WORLD WIDE WEB
If you have access to the WWW you can visit a multimedia
interactive environment established by the UN at
A SPECIAL THANKS FROM THE UNITED NATIONS:
Thank you for exercising your right to participate and
helping to build a better future. If you should have any
questions about this project or ways that you can
contribute, send your message to unicef -at- igc -dot- apc -dot- org -dot-